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...means that included in the price are all main meals, most drinks, which tend to be local varieties available during bar opening hours.
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...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price, but you will be provided with catering facilities in your accommodation to cook light meals.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price.
West Side Inn Hotel is perfectly situated in the southwest part of Amsterdam, next to the main highway the A10. The old city centre is easily accessible by public transport.
An international breakfast buffet is served each morning in the restaurant. The in-house bar serves a wide variety of drinks and has a lounge area complete with TVs and billiards table, the ideal place to relax after a busy day of exploring. During the summer you can enjoy a drink on the terrace.
Rooms at West Side Inn are modern and spacious. They feature amenities including a TV, desk and free WiFi. Private bathrooms are complete with a shower and complimentary toiletries.
Amsterdam has excellent cafes, delicious restaurants, ancient canals and an extraordinary history. Make a visit to Anne Frank house, Van Gogh museum and Rijksmuseum.
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- Internet Corner
- Internet access - wireless
- Free WiFi - Public Areas
- Free Wi-Fi
- Billiards or pool table
- Arcade Games
Food & Drink
- Coffee shop or café
- Bar / Lounge
- Number of restaurants 2
- Snack bar/deli
- Coffee in lobby
Services & Shops
- Express check-out
- Laundry facilities
- Business services
- Luggage storage
- Dry cleaning/laundry service
- Area shuttle (Surcharge)
- Concierge desk
- Tour assistance
- Express check-in
- Check-in time starts 2:00 PM
- Number of floors 4
- Multilingual staff
- Gift shop
- Television in lobby
- 24-hour front desk
- Safe-deposit box at front desk
- No- smoking property
- Suitable for children
- Total number of rooms 216
- Shoe shine
- Check-out by 11:00 AM
- Shopping on site
- Designated smoking areas
- Pets not allowed
- Parking nearby
- In-room safe
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
- Alarm clock
- Clock radio
- Hair dryer
Internet, TV & Phone
- Pay movies
- Direct-dial phone
Rooms & Comfort
- Rollaway beds available on request
- Window opens
- Air conditioning
- City view
- Courtyard view
- Cribs/infant beds available
- Cribs/infant beds available on request
- Extra towels/bedding
- Garden view
- Wake-up calls
Bath & Shower
- Complimentary toiletries
- Bathtub only
- Shower/bathtub combination
- Private bathroom
- Shower only
- World Fashion Centre 0.43 miles
- Olympic Stadium 0.56 miles
- Vondelpark 0.99 miles
- Rembrandt Park 1.10 miles
- VU University Medical Center 1.21 miles
- Cornelis Schuytstraat 1.27 miles
- Zuidas 1.47 miles
- Virtual Museum Zuidas 1.60 miles
- Ten Kate Markt 1.61 miles
- Concertgebouw 1.63 miles
- Foodhallen 1.66 miles
- De Meervaart Theater 1.66 miles
- Stedelijk Museum 1.67 miles
- Van Gogh Museum 1.75 miles
- Museum Square 1.80 miles
- Diamond Museum Amsterdam 1.82 miles
- P.C. Hooftstraat 1.86 miles
- at_a_glance_airport Schiphol Amsterdam AMS25m
Amsterdam Holidays & Hotels
Hotels in Amsterdam
From 5* canalside hotels to quirky cheap hostels, you can find virtually every type of accommodation in Amsterdam’s variety of districts. And whether you want something in the middle of all the action, or would rather experience the quieter side of the Netherlands capital during your holiday, there’s the perfect neighbourhood waiting for you.
Cultural events, parties and a rich tapestry of history: there are endless reasons why people travel to Amsterdam. Couples, families and groups of friends are spoilt for things to do in this eclectic city all year round, making it the ideal destination for everything from a winter city break to a week-long holiday.
Where to stay
You’ll need your cameras at the ready for this picturesque area of Amsterdam, which is home to quaint bridges and all the artistic vibes. The Jordaan neighbourhood is to Amsterdam what Shoreditch is to London. It’s full of independent shops, quirky accommodation, and chic restaurants - plus it’s handily just a short walk away from all the city centre sights, including the Anne Frank House. Just as you’d expect in this neighbourhood, accommodation is varied and stylish, ranging from budget hostels to upmarket canalside lodging.
If you want to be in the middle of the city on your holiday, the Dam neighbourhood is where you’ll find the heart of all the action, from the after-dark entertainment of the Red Light District to the main shopping centre. Large hotel chains are dotted around the centre, giving you easy access to key sights including Madame Tussauds, the Amsterdam Dungeon and the National Monument.
Set a short walk away from the city’s central canal network, the Oud-Zuid area showcases a quieter side to Amsterdam. Check into one of the chain hotels or independent accommodation options and you’ll be on the doorstep of some of the city’s most exciting museums, like Rijksmuseum and the contemporary art of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. You’ll also be close to the 120-acre Vondelpark, perfect for daytime strolls, summer picnics and free open air concerts between May and September.
What to see
Whether you’re in Amsterdam for a weekend or longer holiday, you’ll be spoilt for things to do in this vibrant city. The first port-of-call for many is to track down the Instagrammable ‘I Amsterdam’ letters which move around the city every few months. Once you’ve taken all the photos to fill up your feed, learn more about the city by exploring it from a new perspective: by a boat tour, along its UNESCO protected canal belt. Tours take in the history of the city and provide the perfect views to take in the twinkling fairy lights over the charming bridges.
Culture vultures will love the range of museums available around the city. The Anne Frank House, based in the exact building where Anne and her family went into hiding during World War 2, is one of the most popular. However, there’s everything from Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art to the Museum of Bags and Purses and also Heineken Experience, catering for all tastes. And, of course, no holiday to Amsterdam is complete without visiting Bloemenmarkt. Found along the Singel canal, the world’s only floating flower market sells colourful plants and accessories to brighten up your home. Read more about the top cultural spots in our blog here.
From all-night raves to low-key bars, Amsterdam has it all for every type of holidaymaker. The city has a thriving nightlife scene, with clubs regularly hosting international DJs. Hen and stag parties are a regular sight around the city centre thanks to its influx of bars, pubs and coffee shops - there’s everything from old-school bars to lively clubs.
For quirky nightlife, head out of the main centre towards Amsterdam Oud-West. It’s got much more of an alternative scene, with speakeasys and jazz clubs sitting alongside world-famous clubs and various music venues.
What to eat
The Netherlands is famous for many tasty treats, including stroopwafels, pancakes, Dutch fries and raw herring. A short walk out from the Jordaan neighbourhood is Foodhallen, a site that features dozens of food stalls all under one roof. Pick up some Chinese cuisine, traditional Dutch snacks or some Mediterranean delicacies, and then huddle around the central seating area with your friends.
Amsterdam is a shopper’s paradise, offering plenty of opportunities to pick up gifts for loved ones back home - as well as some treats for yourself. The city centre is home to a number of local and international chains where you can pick up clothes, Dutch delicacies, homeware and souvenirs. For something a little different, head to Albert Cuypmarkt in De Pijp. It’s open six days a week and is one of the most famous street markets in the city. You’ll find everything from food to bags, clothing and flowers.
Fast facts about Amsterdam
- Direct flight time: 1.25 hours from London
- Transfer time from Amsterdam Schipol airport to Amsterdam: 23 minutes
- Time zone: GMT +1
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Dutch
- Average price of a domestic beer: €4
- Average price of a bottle of wine: €6.99
- Number of Brit tourists per year: 1 million
West Side Inn Hotel Reviews
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14 March 2019
Couldn’t be any better
Kia Maher, Ireland
The hotel was amazing from start to finish! On arrival we were greeted by staff who were more than accommodating and helped us with learning about Amsterdam. The vending machines are an excellent touch to the building also! The room is spacious, the bed was so comfy and was very clean! Only problem we had was at 12:01 the day of checkout we had someone come to the room and allow herself in without any consent from us. As it was only 12:01 I found this very forward and a tiny bit rude. There are obviously different approaches that should be taken if you need a room asap but to come up 1 minute after check out time and allow yourself into our room - it just wasnt very professional a simple call from the reception would have sufficed. Other than that, this will be the only hotel I stay in, in Amsterdam
The best thing about my stay was...Great beds, polite staff & the vending machines!!!
28 June 2017
Great value hotel
Adam Kehoe, United Kingdom
Although it's a building site (they are making it bigger & better, due for 2018), so there's lots of construction going on, it was still a nice hotel to stay in. My room consisted of x3 beds for x1 person, so I converted all beds to form a gigantic emperor size bed w/ plenty of pillows around me. The WC (Bathroom) was small, but enough space inside to move around. The shower was connected by a little thin holder which always faced towards the wall, so adjusting it to face on your body never worked. It was also very loose so it easily disconnected from it's holder. Fortunately I'm used to having showers by holding the handle, so that was ok. View outside was scaffolding, but that didn't phase me much as the curtains remained closed and I was only there to sleep. The TV is great. 91 channels if I remember correctly, with access to BBC One, Two and World News. They lagged quite a bit, but I guess this was due to the streaming connectivity from the UK to the TV. That data is travelling a long way! Staff were assistance friendly and helped with all queries during my stay. Luggage room was free, so that made it easy when visiting Amsterdam, and it's about 10 mins drive from the airport. Breakfast is a little hard to get too, as the location was down in the basement. Now don't get me wrong, the food in there is delicious. Wide range to choose from, incl. Orange Juice, Ham, Cheese, Toaster, Bread (white & wholemeal), Cornflakes, Choc spread, butter, strawberry jam, yogurt, croissants etc. It would be nicer if it wasn't down some steep steps, so mind your head when navigating down or up them. Free information cards are in the hotel too, for attractions in Amsterdam. These are useful if you plan to visit some attractions or do some shopping. Best ones are the Hard Rock Cafe (spend €35 and get a free set of pin badges) and the Heineken Experience (couple of euro's off entry price). Summary: Pro's: Good hotel for a short break in Amsterdam. Awesome customer service and staff are very helpful with queries. Cons: construction site can be a little noisy, and breakfast area is far from reception (basement). Wifi also dips out for long periods of time.
The best thing about my stay was...Proximity to ASOT / Armada studio
26 March 2016
Clean, simple, get what you pay for
Room was decent. Clean and modern bathroom. 15mins to city centre. Relatively basic but everything we expected for the price paid. Would certainly stay again.
The best thing about my stay was...5 mins walk from tram, comfy bed after long days
25 June 2015
Me and my friend stayed at this hotel for 4 nights and was happy with our room. Our beds were made everyday which we was grateful for after being out all day. The room was clean and spacious. The hotel is 2 minutes away from a lidl if your looking to grab some water or nibbles. The tram is located at the top of the road and so not a hassle to get to the places we needed to go. Didn't find the hotel noisey, granted you hear people walking past your room and door shutting but this wasn't late at night so no sleepless nights occured. There was some channels on the TV for us to watch though the signal did go or froze and the free wifi is great, however you will need to log in continuously so frustrating but was grateful it was free. For the price it was I would say it was deffently value for money.
The best thing about my stay was...Location as was in a quiet area.
19 June 2015
reasonable value but noisy
irene jones, buckley north wales uk
hotel was clean, staff were polite, but all the room doors had no door stays to slow them down so all night all the door bang on all the floors !!!!! definitely a hotel for the younger tourist or good sleepers, also a bit too far from the centre.
The best thing about my stay was...the price
06 July 2010
The Hotel are actully OK. But the service of the staff are bad. The cleaning lady came to clean the last morning of our stay and she just closed the door with a lot of noise when she found out that we were still a sleep. The bar staff were rude and so on. It was like staying at Fawlty Towers.
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